This is the second part of our review of gift trends in Jewelry this holiday season of 2016. In our previous post, we spoke about how rose gold rings are very popular and very much in fashion. Rose gold adds a different twist to the run-of-the-mill mainstream yellow gold, and even white gold, rings which have been given the center stage for years.
This year we see a rising trend of jewelry in rose gold – the reddish tint is a soft color that stands out on any skin tone. And rings are no different. In fact, we’re convinced that if you order a rose gold ring (or get one for a Xmas gift – drop a hint, ok? <wink> ) people will be stopping you, saying “What? Wait! Let me see that!” and grabbing you hand for a closer look.
In part I of this post we saw examples of plain rose gold rings – a rose gold band in a variety of designs. Now, in part II we’ll build upon the basics.
Two-color rose gold Hebrew rings
One step up from the single tone rose gold ring is two tone gold. We’re used to seeing a combination of yellow and white gold, so why not rose gold with another color? Here’s a great new style of a rose gold Hebrew ring combined with white gold:
The ring itself is rose gold, inside and out, with cutout black Hebrew letters. But you can clearly see that the borders of the ring are white gold. The contrast between white and red is quite noticeable, and yet the colors complement each other beautifully.
Tri-Color Gold Rings
Let’s take it up a notch. How about a ring that incorporates all three colors of gold – yellow, white, and rose?
This ring is built of a yellow gold base – you can see in the photo that the inside of the band is yellow. Then, the outer band is rose gold, where the Hebrew inscription is. And top it all off with white gold borders.
Dare we go higher? Yes, we dare.
Three Color Gold Hebrew Rings with Diamonds
Take that tri-color gold ring and add diamonds to it – and what do you get? You get one. big. wow. That’s what. There is almost nothing more amazing than this in a Hebrew ring design. Check it out:
Aren’t they magnificent?
Now that’s a ring to last you a lifetime, where every time you look at it you can smile to yourself and thank your lucky stars you have that special person in your life who bought you the ring (even if that person in yourself!).
Wondering if the pictures are deceiving? I guarantee you they’re not. The jeweler who makes the rings is an exceptional professional craftsman, and the diamond setter is the best in his field. We only work with the best of the best – to ensure that your ring is perfect.
To tie it all up, if you’re looking for a most unique and special gift this holiday season of 2016 and Hebrew rings are your thing, you have to consider one of our splendid rose gold rings.